Innovation and efficiency are words that come to mind when thinking of the new union between Vespera Energy and startup company, Urban Farmer. The Taranto based company Urban Farmer was founded in March 2022 and has just launched its platform cererly.it with an idea of making use of uncultivated land by m
In 2022 the Italian Simplified Authorisation Procedure (PAS) was renewed to make applications simpler and faster for medium and high voltage connections, aimed at constructions of plants powered by RES (Renewable Energy sources). It aims to encourage the development of renewable energy sources, in particu
The italian newspaper Taranto Buonasera interviewed for its September 28th 2023 issue our co-founders, Conor McGuigan and Aldo Giretti, who had the chance to talk about the Vespera project, our mission as a company dealing with renewable sources and “green energy” in general. Read the ful
Partnership between Vespera Energy and Volt Infrastructure: new perspectives for Italian solar development
Vespera Energy and Volt Infrastructure have joined forces. Both companies are committed to the development of solar energy in Italy and have established a partnership that will lead to growth of photovoltaic projects with a capacity of over 100 MWp. The project pipeline covers the length and breadth of It
Green shoots of growth for Vespera Energy with the filing of its first three Agrivoltaics projects in Apulia
The co-developed plants are 143 MW in Troia, Apulia.
Puglia will be the first italian region to experiment with the agrophotovoltaic systems resulting from the collaboration of three companies: Vespera Power, Artigianfer and Signify.
Two major agro-photovoltaic projects in Puglia, southern Italy, were signed by Vespera Energy for a total capacity of 110 MW. The two sites, located in Foggia, will help Vespera reach its objective of strenghteining the renewable energy industry across Italy.